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SOCHI, March 09 /ITAR-TASS/. Russia has won one gold, one silver and three bronzes on the second day of the Sochi Paralympic Games and is first in medal count on Sunday.
Skiers Roman Petushkov (gold), Irek Zaripov (silver) and Alexander Davidovich (bronze) occupied the entire podium after the men’s 15km sitting event
Alpine skier Alexei Bugaev took bronze in the men’s Super-G standing and Svetlana Konovalova was third in the women’s 12km sitting.
As of Sunday afternoon, the medal table looks like this.
1. Russia - 5 gold, 7 silver and 5 bronze medals;
2. Ukraine - 2-1-3;
3. Japan - 2-1-2;
4. Austria - 2-1-0;
5. Slovakia - 2-1-0;
6. Germany - 2-0-0;
7. France - 1-0-1;
8. Spain - 1-0-0;
9. U.S.A. - 0-3-2;
10. Canada - 0-2-3;
11. U.K. - 0-1-0;
12. Belarus - 0-0-1.